Please listen to the ENTIRE message. We are going to begin enforcing the Twin Ponds vehicles rules and we will be initiating a new Visitor Parking rule throughout the community in the very near future. Stay tuned for future notifications.

The striping in the entire community is finally done and you can return to your parking lots. Thank you to everyone that has continued to cooperate with us since this project has started. If you reside in the Gardens, the numbers have not yet been assigned and you may park anywhere right now without consequence. You will receive an individual mailing with a lease addendum that includes with your assigned number and the assigned parking rules.

HERE IS THE IMPORTANT PART FOR EVERYONE: If you do not have a permit on your vehicle, you need to register your vehicle with Twin Ponds immediately. Simply go to the Twin Ponds website and go to Resident Resources. There, you will go to Vehicle Registration and enter the applicable information. If you need to remove a vehicle you previously registered with us, you can use the same form.

Please remember that Submitting the Vehicle Permit Form does not grant permission for your new vehicle until management has reviewed your request. If approved, a parking permit will be issued. If your request is not approved, you will be notified at the email address you provide.

Lastly, far too many vehicles are parked in this community that are unregistered, uninspected and immobile. If you own one of these vehicles, you must remedy the situation immediately. We have the right to tow your vehicle without notice at your expense.

Thank you in advance for your immediate attention to these matters. Residents are given permission for a certain number of vehicles when they move in, and unfortunately far too many vehicles are brought in without our permission after move-in making parking a nightmare for those that are following the rules. We tend to work on this problem for the well-being of the entire community.

Posted by: twinponds on October 22, 2018
Posted in: Twin Ponds